Thematic streams

The thematic streams are deliberately broad in order to organize the program, based on the presentation proposals, papers and workshop proposals received by who shall actually be participating. We use this strategy as a way to plan for the fullest and most inclusive program.

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  1. Political and economic analysis of the global capitalist crisis

  2. Self-management as practice and as alternative project

  3. The challenges of unions and other forms of waged workers’ organizations facing global neoliberal capitalism

  4. The growing precariousness and informality of work: Exclusion, inclusion or reformulation of the way of working in global capitalism?

  5. The workers’ economy and issues relating to gender

  6. Articulation and integration of the workers’ economy

  7. State and public policies in the workers’ economy

  8. Popular education and knowledge building in the workers’ economy